Sanctions against Belarus

Navapolatsk plant "LLK-NAFTAN" has decided to change its name, ownership structure and increase the number of owners in order to avoid the U.S. sanctions.​
A large producer of petroleum products is trying to protect itself and its counterparties.
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Alyaksandr Milinkevich at the Euroradio studio
The ex-presidential opposition candidate reckons the EU sanctions greatly increase Moscow's opportunities in Belarus...
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"Tabakerka" company Energo-OIL / from the Euroradio archive​
This right has been granted to the company for 8 years.
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Dzmitry, Alyaksei and Vital Aleksin / collage by Euroradio​
Even if Alyaksei Aleksin is put on the sanctions list, his business is not under immediate threat.
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The product of Synesis allows state bodies to recognize faces
These IT people created a unified system of video monitoring, the decree on which was signed by Lukashenka
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Alyaksandr Shatrou (wearing glasses) during a study tour to North Korea / facebook.com/alexshatrov
The video surveillance system provider has much more connections with the Lukashenka regime than it may seem.
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Liliya Lukashenko not only has a big family but also a job she loves.​
We look into connections between the gallery where Liliya Lukashenka works, Cypriot offshores and Serbian company Dana Holdings.
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European Bank for Reconstruction and Development / invest.gov.uz​
And it does not plan new projects in our country.
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Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya / Reuters
Lithuania and Poland also offer the EU to impose sanctions against enterprises supporting the regime.
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